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William Anderson, 1790-1873, and his descendants

Robert Watt Anderson

William Anderson, 1790-1873, and his descendants

by Robert Watt Anderson

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Published by R.W. Anderson in Pietermaritzburg .
Written in English

    Places:
  • South Africa
    • Subjects:
    • Anderson family.,
    • Anderson, William, 1790-1873 -- Family.,
    • Tinley family.,
    • Murray family.,
    • South Africa -- Genealogy.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes index.

      Statementcompiled by Robert Watt Anderson.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsCS1599 .A63 1985
      The Physical Object
      Paginationiii, 145 leaves ;
      Number of Pages145
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2655689M
      LC Control Number85239708

      William Thompson and his descendants have been extensively researched by Judy B. Anderson [Anderson, Virginia Connections]. Her book details over 8, descendants of William, and the allied Ward families. I have reviewed the book at length, and spoken to the author personally, but can find no connection to our Andrew and his descendants. Descendants of William McCormack H 2 MCCORMACK (WILLIAM 1) was born Abt. in Hanover Virginia, and died Bef. in Bedford married FRANCIS ANDERSON Abt. , daughter of RICHARD ANDERSON and died Aft. in Bedford Virginia. Notes for MICAJAH MCCORMACK: Micajah and Fanny (Anderson) McCormack were the forebears of most .

      His descendants are documented in the History of Humphreys County Tennessee. It is my thought that this James, being the eldest son, was possibly named James William McCauley. This is difficult to reconcile with a James McCauley witnessing his father's will in , but it is true that there is no James McCauley in that will. William and his brother Samuel, along with Mr. Symon Whetcombe and William Pynchon were chosen by John and Samuel Browne to speak on their behalf, when hauled before the court for reading out of the Book of Prayer. William was not a Congregationalist as were most of the Puritan leads, he was most likely a Prebyterian or maybe still Episcopalian.

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Virginia Patents Book 6/Page William Johnston () of the Isle of Wight County, Virginia, married Sarah Griffeth, daughter of Owen Griffeth. They had at least four sons.

Descendants listed, chiefly descendants of his grandson, Jacob Johnston, lived in Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, and elsewhere.

Jacob Johnston (ca. ) was born in what is now Southampton County, Virginia, the. "A brief history of the Anderson family given by William Anderson the son of John, the son of William the first: To James W.

Anderson the son of W.T., the son of Thomas, the son of William the first. William Anderson, (the first) was born in Ireland in His father's name was James: William had one brother and one sister, James and Sussanna.

william and sarah reynolds: melville, janet: william anderson () and his descendants: anderson, robert watt: william carter timothy prigge: william joyner () and his descendants: joyner, patsy: william smith, a natal settler of wadsworth, phyllis: wills before mclaughlin, eve: winkler: winkler, hermann.

William appears under the name "Anderson Hatfield" as does his father. They have a housekeeper named Matilda Roberts (?) who was born in Kentucky.

Marriage: Cap married Nancy Elizabeth Smith () on Octo and had the following children: Coleman Anderson Hatfield () who was blind and married Bertha Marie Caldwell. Half-brother of Margaret (Anderson) Clendenen.

She was the only child of William Anderson, Sr. and Mary (Reid) Anderson, his first wife. Half-brother of an unknown infant, b. circa and d. circa in Augusta County, VA. This was the only child of William Anderson, Sr. and Hannah (Christian) Anderson, his second wife.

NOTES: Importation Records Orange Co, VA Order book 2 page George Anderson came into court and made oath that he imported himself Elizabeth his wife, William Anderson, Margaret, John and Frances Anderson from Ireland to Philadelphia and from thence into this colony at his own charge and that this is the first time of his proving.

Genealogical study of Chief William Anderson (ca. to ) and his lineal descendants. Includes copies of original documents and photographs. Indexed. Softbound, pages plus index.

Out of stock. Return to Books. Shipping FAQs. Online Gift Shop. Welcome to the Delaware Tribe of Indians Online Gift Shop. We hope to enjoy your visit. 18„and was made by William Caldwell and Ann, his wife, for acres of land near Tinkling Spring Church.

This John Caldwell was a son of William Caldwell. Deed Book 7, p. There is also a bond filed in the same suit of John Caldwell and James Hamilton for lb., 31, 12 5., 3 p., payable in Pennsylvania currency.

Bond dated November. Note: Inthere was an epidemic of unknown cause in North America (especially New England,) followed in by what is described as one of the worst worldwide influenza epidemics - Inthere was an epidemic of unknown cause in North America (especially New England,) followed in by what is described as one of the worst.

Jessie/Jennet/Janet McLean (the family were illiterate and the scottish accent was very think so her name was often incorrectly written) b 24th MarchSaline, Tobermory, Isle of Mull, Scotland or 17 June arrived “Brilliant” free d 4th JulyMantle Hill Moruya, bur Moruya Cem a had rheumatism for 5 yrs d as Janet Wynter in Moruya, parents as John & Grace m1 22 July.

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William Anderson Mitchell. - pages. 0 Reviews. Title: Matthew Mitchell of Yorkshire, England: And Some of His Descendants: Author: William Anderson Mitchell. Descendants of William Raines. FIRST GENERATION. William RAINES 1 was born about 2 He died about in Brandon Parish, Prince George County, VA.

2 William's will, dated Febru /22, was proved July It mentions eight of his children. They were sons; Roger, John, William Jr., Richard, and daughters; Susanna, Elizabeth, Sarah, and Rebecca. (5)25 Jun: John Anderson deed to his son Andrew Anderson, Augusta Co., VA. Delivered: William Anderson, the present owner, 8 Jul (1a)17 May: Wrote Codicil to his will, transfering slaves from son James to son Andrew.

Teste: James and George Anderson. (6) Will probated at Staunton, VA. Anderson-Overton; a continuation of Anderson family records, publishedand the early descendants of Wm. Overton & Elizabeth Waters of Virginia, and allied families, published(Cincinnati, Gibson and Perin, ), by William Pope Anderson, William Pope Anderson, and William Pope Anderson (page images at HathiTrust) William Anderson.

by William Anderson. The Wilderness Road Blockhouse in Natural Tunnel State Park is a reproduction of the original blockhouse built by an early pioneer, John Anderson, in Anderson’s eventful life included not just his role as the Blockhouse proprietor, but also service as a regional militia leader and judge.William Anderson was a tall, bearded man with piercing eyes often described as burning coals.

He came from a family of horse thieves, dressed with panache, and when the Civil War started, he.